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27March

Shelter Statistics: The cold hard facts

Data for 2014 reported by area shelters

shelterblogJan01Four years ago this month, my husband and I adopted our dog, Monty, from The Pet Rescue Center.  Soon after, I began volunteering at events and helping with fundraising, and in 2013, I started working part-time as Director of Development.  I dove headfirst into the world of animal rescue and would spend hours at night on the internet, viewing all the urgent posts to save various pets in need, reading horrific stories of neglect and abuse, and often my husband would find me at my computer, with tears streaming down my face.  I honestly had no idea that 10,000 cats and dogs were (and still are) being euthanized at our nation’s shelters EVERY day.
                    That’s almost 4 million animals killed each year.

It was a life-changing time for me, and I truly became an advocate for rescue and adoption.

Written by Jan Henry - Director of Development, Posted in LATEST NEWS, LOCAL NEWS, RESCUE, THE PRC BLOG

27January

Meet our Newest Volunteer Coordinators!!

Volunteers Kasi Koshak and Lynne Ehrlich help fill the needs at The Pet Rescue Center

Corban  Kasi 200x200The Pet Rescue Center truly relies on volunteers fArnold and Lynne 3-16 200x196or so many aspects of our daily operations. We have volunteers who play with the cats and dogs each day; volunteers who exercise and socialize dogs off-site; volunteers that help us run adoption and PR events, and two volunteers that have taken on roles to assist our Director of Operations and our Youth Education program. We'd like to introduce you to Kasi Koshak  and Lynne Ehrlich.

 

Posted in VOLUNTEER, LATEST NEWS, THE PRC BLOG

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